A big bump in apartment starts combined with growing strength in the single-family homes segment last month have the city’s new homes market shaking off the effects of the pandemic, and on target even to surpass all of last year’s growth.
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Municipalities around the heartland have teamed up.
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Real estate remains one of Canada’s strongest sectors with sales surging nationwide last month, new data shows.
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Residents of a south Edmonton apartment building say they’ve been put in a situation where there are now hundreds of vehicles without spaces to park amid the winter snow-clearing season.
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After being destroyed by fire nearly six years ago, a storied Edmonton landmark is reaching a milestone in its bid to rise from the ashes.
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Six City of Edmonton facilities are on the chopping block for permanent closure next year as part of a plan to freeze property taxes for the first time since 1997.
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Edmonton ranks well among major Canadian cities for alternatives to the automobile for getting around, a recent study reveals. The capital city placed 36th among 100 municipalities in Canada, according to a new study by Zolo, a national online real estate brokerage.
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EDMONTON — A new temporary homeless shelter in the Ritchie neighbourhood is causing some controversy in the community.
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The manager of Edmonton’s second LEGO location says the store will be following public health guidelines by requiring masks, enforcing physical distancing and preventing lineups because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Property taxes increased for Edmonton homeowners for 2020, but the bill still remains less costly than some other Canadian cities, a new report shows.
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